We are delighted to be exhibiting new rugs at the Wexford Festival this year. To celebrate this we are hosting a pre-Opera cheese and wine event from 4pm -8pm on the evening of Friday the 4th of November. The exhibition is located at 94 North Main Street, Wexford (directly opposite The Vine Restaurant) and will Read More
Recently we completed a unique and interesting commission of two large rugs for a private client in Dublin. These were designed by Donald Teskey, one of Ireland’s pre-eminent landscape artists whose work is inspired by the ruggedness of the Irish western seaboard. www.donaldteskey.com
We are delighted that the National Gallery are displaying ‘Berlin’, a rug designed by NCAD student Noirin O’Brien and gun-tufted by us at Ceadogán. In March of this year a group of 20 textile students from NCAD visited our workshop and studio in Wexford. Guided by their tutors they returned to college to begin research Read More
***LONDON CALLING*** Very excited to be showcasing our Helen Cody Collection at the London Design Fair @trumanbrewery between 22-25 September. Come and check us out @ Stand no. 1 in Hall T3-A.
Fantastic artile about Irish Design in The Telegraph By : Talib Choudhry 11 MARCH 2016 • 10:37AM The Irish are coming – with the biggest showcase in decades by the country’s leading designer-makers. Design Ireland features work across the disciplines of furniture, lighting, ceramics and textiles, and runs all month at Heal’s, the furniture retailer, in Read More
‘Vessels’ – Our new limited edition collection by Irish fashion designer Helen Cody is on display upstairs at the Listening Suite (10 Wicklow Street).
Nice feature in The Sunday Times by Dara Flynn on Irish Design in 2016.
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Design à Vivre section at Maison & Objet, Paris. 22nd – 26th January 2016 Gallery S. Bensimon, 111, Rue de Turenne, F-75003 Paris. January – April 2016 Heal’s of London, Tottenham Court Road. 7th – 27th March 2016
Claire-Anne O’Brien is a textile designer and lecturer living and working in London. Specialising in constructed textiles she creates sculptural, 3 dimensional knitted fabrics for interiors. Traditional textile techniques such as weave, knotting and basketry inspire playful investigations into structure and form using the unique properties of knit. Originally from Co. Cork, Ireland, Claire-Anne O’Brien Read More